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How To: Clean Carpets

Cleaning carpets can be tricky at times, sometimes the best solution is that, as soon as something drops at your precious carpet, especially liquids, you must clean and wipe it right away before it dries up and stains it. During the course of time, and with the foot traffic it had endured, carpets tend to fade or its color become dull. You’re now tasked with cleaning it all together, and would rather do it than buy a new one. Below are the best steps on how to clean carpets, removing stains and restoring it to its former glory.

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How to clean carpets

  1. Vacuum the carpet, remove all dusts and debris
  2. Prepare your shampoo solution (commercially bought) or 1 part all-purpose solution with 5 parts water
  3. With a sponge (scotch brite), mix your shampoo solution to make foam/suds
  4. Using the sponge, scoop out the foam/suds and apply on carpet (to avoid over wetting the carpet which causes foul smell)
  5. Scrub the carpet using the sponge at the direction of the wefts and knots (to avaid possible tear[1])
  6. Use 1 part bleach/color safe bleach with 10 parts water to remove stains
  7. Dry the carpet thoroughly using a blower
  8. Repeat where necessary

If cleaning your carpet seem like a herculian task, or if there seem to be some foul odor coming out of it, you can always hire a professional carpet cleaning company like CMDA Cleaning Services. It doesn’t cost as much as replacing your carpet, and you don’t have to worry about getting tired or getting a foul smell from the cleaning.

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